Launched earlier this year, the Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas II is the most comprehensive bird survey in the state’s history. The project, which runs through the end of 2019, will enlist thousands of citizen scientists to document breeding bird numbers and diversity throughout the state. Erin Giese, UW-Green Bay Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, will report on the current status of the project at a Lake Lessons presentation at 7 pm on Aug. 13 at the Baileys Harbor Town Hall. Giese will share ways that people can get involved in this unique citizen science opportunity. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.